The event is sponsored by The Caring Place and The Good Book Foundation. All are invited.
The next step toward habitat
For more details on whether you qualify, see www.forksforum.com/news/article.exm/2013-04-26_seeking_habitat_.
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360-640-0586 with any questions.
Calling all survivors
Please RSVP to Kathy Lawley at 360-327-3880.
And Bingo is its name
In honor of Cinco de Mayo they will be serving bag tacos with all the fixings, so enjoy a great lunch, play some bingo with your family or a friend and support the SOS fund and the Soroptimist ladies!
All those who are planning to sell, or would like to sell at the market, are invited to attend.
The event is for those 12 and under. Bring your own pole and tackle or the club will have poles to lend.
The Quileute Tribe and Streamkeepers are seeking volunteers to help collect and sort stream bugs. It’s all part of a larger effort to assess the health of streams in the West End. Volunteers will collect samples in the Forks area during the summer and perhaps help sort through bug samples the following months in the Port Angeles office. No previous experience or special equipment is required and training is scheduled to meet the availability of the trainees. To participate, contact Nicole Rasmussen with Quileute Nation - Natural Resources at (360) 374-2423 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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History Tales is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Clallam County Historical Society’s office at (360) 452-2662 or e-mail email@example.com.
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